Realtors Recognized for Sales Production

The Bill Franklin Team was recognized for more than $10.5 million in sales for 2016. (Courtesy of PGC Association of Realtors)
The Bill Franklin Team was recognized for more than $10.5 million in sales for 2016. (Courtesy of PGC Association of Realtors)

A group of Maryland realtors have been recognized for their 2016 sales production.

During a sold-out premiere event on March 29 at Martin’s Crosswinds in Greenbelt, the Prince George’s County Association of REALTORS recognized the performance of agents who attained a minimum of $2.5 million of sales activity last year.

More than 126 agents received awards recognizing their “personal best” in sales production. Overall, some 325 sales agents, mortgage lenders, settlement company representatives, family, friends and colleagues attended the event to honor the winners.

John Lesniewski of RE/MAX United Real Estate, with $37 million in sales activity, took home the top prize of the evening, the Platinum Individual General Brokerage award.

Placing first in the Platinum Team competition was the Bill Franklin Team of Long and Foster Real Estate, with more than $36 million in production.

Other top winners include Mike Patrick ($24 million) and Anthony J. Mason ($20 million).